The Dallas Cowboys find themselves in a situation where they may need to be active buyers at the trade deadline to address the void left by Leighton Vander Esch's injury.
Vander Esch, who has been a key part of the Cowboys' defense, has been sidelined for at least three more games due to a neck injury,
he was placed on injured reserve. To plug this gap in their roster, it has been suggested that
the Cowboys should consider making a move for Minnesota Vikings linebacker Jordan Hicks.
Jordan Hicks, a 31-year-old veteran linebacker, has been a consistent performer for the Vikings this season.
Through six starts, he has accumulated impressive statistics, including 53 tackles,
two fumble recoveries, and one interception. His contributions have not gone unnoticed,
he currently boasts the seventh-highest Pro Football Focus (PFF) grade for a linebacker in the league.
The key factor in considering Hicks as a trade target is that he is in the final year of his contract with the Minnesota Vikings.
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